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Overview of the Minor-use Pesticides Registration in China

Minor use pesticides are crop protection products targeting value specialty crops with small acreage, as well as controlling minor pests on major crops. Due to the low financial incentive for agrochemical companies to register their products alone, the lack of available pesticides led to illegal uses and crop loss in China until the regulatory reform. In 2017, China MoARA issued the ministry regulation, “Administrative Measures for the Registration of Pesticides”, constituting a characteristic mechanism consists of cost-sharing among multiple applicants, and an extrapolation scheme to use residue and efficacy data from crop groups, as well as the fast-track process introduced last year. In this article, we will introduce the scope, extrapolation, field trial and application procedures for minor-use pesticide registration.

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